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  1. Families attending the First Annual Children With Diabetes Foundation Annual Family Gathering should read the updated information about the trip.

  2. Mallory lives in Mississippi and is interested in getting a pump.

  3. Alberta Foundation Reports on Successful Islet Transplants.

  4. DPT-1 at a Glance highlights the need for more people to participate. (Free Medscape membership required)

  5. Jay S. Skyler, MD, DPT-1 Chair, explains the importance of the DPT-1 trial. (Free Medscape membership required)

  6. JDF Awards $10 Million to Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh and University of Pittsburgh for New Research Center to Help Speed Diabetes Cure.

  7. We review the new Excel G test strips for the Glucometer Elite and Elite XL meters.

  8. Magainin presents new data on anti-angiogenic agent to treat retinopathy. See also the journal reference.

  9. Quality of Life in Youths With Diabetes, posted at the Islet Foundation message board, reviews the challenges faced by kids with diabetes.

  10. is a service of Islet Sheet Medical.

  11. Last week's poll asked readers how far they travel to visit their diabetes team. This week's poll asks readers why they've submitted a question to the diabetes team.

  12. The Featured Book of the Week is The Best Year of My Life: Book 1: Getting Diabetes by Jed Block.

  13. Our page on Lancets and Lancing Devices is Worth a Look.

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